Elm Road, Ewell

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
This three double bedroom Period property has great potential for extension, is situated in a sought after Cul de Sac in Ewell Village and is packed with character features.

Elm Road has a great community spirit, enhanced by its own Whatsapp group. As a quiet road with no passing traffic it's been ideal for street parties, and is a perfect location to raise a family.

The property itself offers a bright and spacious kitchen / dining room across the rear with an exposed brick chimney breast, original floorboards and sash window overlooking the garden adding to its appeal. Certain aspects of the kitchen require a little modernisation.

The equally charming lounge to the front of the house has a bay of sash windows and a working fireplace with a wood burning stove.

To the first floor are two generously proportioned double bedrooms and a large family bathroom which is in need of some updating.

The converted loft space houses a further double bedroom and has four Velux style windows with a striking suburban view of surrounding properties of a similar age.

Outside, the 88ft rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with an original outside toilet next to the patio area; another feature of this home which is both handy and quirky! A detached single garage towards the end of the garden is accessed via a rear service road. Planning approval has been granted (with two years still to run) for a new garage spanning over 30ft x 14ft, but alternatively there is the possibility to create off street parking with an electric vehicle charging point in this space.

Early viewing essential to avoid disappointment. Sole agents.

Ewell Village offers a variety of shops, restaurants, cafés and pubs. The Bourne Hall hosts a public library, subterranean theatre, gymnasium, café, and local museum. It regularly holds gatherings such as fayres. In the heart of the village lies the Hogsmill river leading up to the nature reserve which has great cycling routes which can take you to the Olympic routes of the Surrey Hills. There are a range of popular local schools, and of course both Ewell East and West stations (Zone 6) are within walking distance, but even closer is Stoneleigh station which is in Zone 5, giving a slightly cheaper commute to London.

Nearby Epsom is a popular commuter town, located to the south west of London and offers a good mix of state and independent schools for all age groups. Also close by are the open spaces of Epsom Downs, the home of The Derby and Nork Park, and within walking distance is the Historic Nonsuch Park. The M25 (Junction 10) is a short drive away giving access to both Heathrow and Gatwick international airports.

Tenure - Freehold

Council tax band - D

02036 458057

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